Vol 16 No 3: Best breakfast stops on the road, Escape to the Hill Country, Trike for Two and more!

August 1, 2014
RIDE TEXAS® Volume 16 Issue 3: Best breakfast stops on the road, Daytrippin' Betram Loop - Escape to the scenic Hill Country, Fiction: Trike for Two, and more!

RIDE TEXAS® Volume 16 Issue 3: Best breakfast stops on the road, Daytrippin’ Betram Loop – Escape to the scenic Hill Country, Fiction: Trike for Two, and more!

Your Guide to Great Motorcycle Roads and Destinations.

This edition provides you with a list of convenient breakfast stops where you can enjoy the most important meal of the day and get an early start on the open road. You can also enjoy a truly scenic excursion around Bertram Loop. If you’re looking for an excellent day trip located in Central Texas, far enough away from the big city, this is just the one. We’ve also included a Ride-O-Pedia, information on the newest electric bike technology and a story about a two person adventure on a big bike.

 

GO Roads5 custom route maps exclusively for RT readers,


GO Eat19 mom & pop food stops along the way in our GO plans so you can stay fueled up


90 pages packed with good stuff for Texas’ riders!

 


Trip Planning Resources | GO Guide

Each edition includes detailed planning materials wit the type of information you need to need to get the most smiles from your miles.

GO See Ridespecs

Details about the route itself: length, most scenic sections, etc.


GO Map SampleOverview Maps

Puts the road into regional context, all roads are marked for easy navigation.


GO Eat  GO Stay GO RideEat, Stay & Do

Details riders need about food and stops along the way.


GO ROADSCAPE 3D(TM) SampleRoadscape 3D™ Maps

RT exclusive! Developed by our expert cartographer just for you. See the ride within the actual landscape. No need to wonder where the twisty, hilliest bits of the route are located. You’re going to know ahead of time.

 


 

 

Latest Features

Events

$5.00 - $17

LONE STAR GOURD FESTIVAL

August 18 @ 9:00 am - August 20 @ 5:00 am

The Lone Star Gourd Festival is a 3-day gourd art event featuring a competition, a fine gourd art raffle, live and silent auctions, gourd art classes, demonstrations, venders, and a childrens make and take area. It’s a creative outlet to compete, shop, and discover new techniques for gourd art. The gourd is an incredibly versatile canvass. That dirty, lumpy gourd can be woodburned, carved, dyed, and inlaid The Lone Star Gourd Festival is set for…
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Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA) returns to Grapevine for the international 39th Annual Wing Ding,

August 30 - September 2

Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA) returns to Grapevine for the international 39th Annual Wing Ding, August 29-September 2, 2017. “Wing Ding” is the largest single-marque motorcycle gathering of its kind. Held annually, this event is the only major American motorcycle event to change locations each year. Riders will converge from all over the country and abroad to enjoy the riding, attractions, scenic offerings and especially the food and hospitality of Grapevine and its surrounding…
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$5 - $15

7th Annual POW/MIA Motorcycle Fun Run

September 9 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

7th Annual POW/MIA Fun Run benefiting veterans programs. We will also have a board of business size cards with POW/MIA’s from Texas . Pick a card and take a soldier for a ride.
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$40

Lace, Grace and Gears 2nd Annual Rally

September 28 - October 1

Join us to build the bonds of Sisterhood for All Women Motorcycle Riders and Passengers from across the U.S. and abroad– and break the World Record for the most ladies in a single riding event! This four-day rally will include self-guided Hill Country rides, scavenger hunt, guest speakers, live entertainment, contests, adventure outings, the record-breaking Parade of Sisters, and much more. Participation with registration is open to both female and male riders of any experience…
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Crockett County Deerfest

December 2 @ 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm

A community-wide appreciation banquet for hunters, this evening helps raise money for local civic organizations and the West Texas Rehab. Attendees are fed a meal of chicken-fried deer, turkey, axis, deer sausage, deer chili, deer tamales and brisket. Proceeds are raised through ticket sales for door prizes and admission fees. Previous years’ door prizes included guns, $10,000 in Cabela’s gift cards, a Polaris Ranger, and much more. FMI visit www.deerfest.org or call Martin Childress 325-277-9345
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